Regional Centre for Mapping of Resource for Development, mandated to promote sustainable development in the member States through generation, application and dissemination of geo-information and allied ICT technologies, products and service covering entire range of goals as stipulated in the sustainable development goals.

We are offering with a splendid chance to present your work to an international audience. The presenters can be professionals and practitioners in the public and private sectors including academicians, surveyors, engineers, researchers, scientists, planners, policy makers, utility data providers, analyst working in industries, universities and research organizations who have common interest of engaging geo-information and communication technologies in meeting their operational and business goals,

We invite abstracts in any of thematic areas, displayed on the right, indicating which sustainable development goal your work is addressing.

Call for Papers

Papers are invited on the wide range of topics as outlined. Presenters should submit an abstract of not more than 500 words in length with a maximum of five keywords, which includes the following items:

  • Title of the paper
  • Author's name (s) and affiliation
  • Email contact address
  • Keywords and the abstract content

Note: The contents of the abstract should clearly state the objectives, methodology, results and conclusions of the work described in the final paper. Final acceptance will be issued based on the compressed full length paper.


Kindly refer to the abstract guidelines document


Paper Submission

It is important that all submitted papers focus on the conference theme and topics. Other related topics can be proposed, but it is suggested to contact the organizing committee beforehand. All papers are to be submitted through the following e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Abstract Presentation Guidelines

The extended abstract should be limited to 500 words in length describing the objectives, results, conclusions and significance of your work (relevant artwork can be embedded). Posters can also be presented during the conference based on the acceptance of the extended abstract. Submission deadline is 30th April 2018.